Feed Cloud  

Reading your news or blogs using an RSS reader seems like a cool idea.

But usually all you get is a huge list of article headers. And that leaves you with a lot of work in deciding which ones to read.

 

Feed Cloud consolidates your RSS feeds and analyses them looking for the key words. Then it builds a “Feed Cloud” description for you which shows you a summary of what the entire feed is about, and how many articles there are on each topic. The more articles there are, the bigger the keyword in the cloud.

 

You can also mark certain topics as being of interest to you so they show in red, and you will see instantly if there are any articles in the feeds which you might like to read.

One more tap of your finger, and you will have the list of just the articles which interest you.

 

Then you will be able to read each one at your leisure, just as if you were in a browser, including being able to play any embedded video or sound, and being able to follow any links which might be embedded in the article.

 

Spend your time actually reading the articles instead of wading through pages of titles trying to decide which ones might be of interest to you.

 

 

 

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